The 2017-18 TV season is history, so here’s our annual list of summer premiere dates for new series and new seasons of returning shows. The list covers hundreds of broadcast, cable and streaming programs bowing from late May through August and some high-profile one-off programs like live awards shows. You can send any additions or adjustments to erik@deadline.com. We’ll update the post regularly as more dates are revealed.

May 23:
Explained (Netflix, new documentary series)
The Split (Sundance TV, new drama series)

May 24:
Fauda (Netflix, Season 2)
Growing Up Hip Hop (WE tv, Season 4)

May 25:
My Last Days (The CW, Season 2)
Picnic at Hanging Rock (Amazon Prime, new drama limited series)
DreamWorks Trollhunters (Netflix, Season 3; final season)
Phenoms (FS1, new soccer documentary miniseries)

May 27:
The Fourth Estate (Showtime, new documentary series)
The Break with Michelle Wolf (Netflix, new variety/sketch series)
1968: The Year That Changed America (CNN, new documentary series)

May 28:
The Bachelorette (ABC, Season 14)
The History of Football: The Greatest Story Ever Played (History, new documentary series)
Six (History, Season 2)
American Chopper (Discovery, Season 11)
Street Outlaws (Discovery, Season 14)
Cults and Extreme Belief (A&E, new docuseries)
The Art Detectives (Acorn TV, Season 2)

May 29:
America’s Got Talent (NBC, Season 12)
World of Dance (NBC, Season 2)
Beat Shazam (Fox, Season 2)
Love Connection (Fox, Season 2)
Animal Kingdom (TNT, Season 3)
Queen Sugar (OWN, Season 3)
Arrested Development (Netflix, Season 5)
Expedition Unknown (Discovery, Season 5)
Hunting ISIS (History, new docuseries)
Undeniable with Joe Buck (Audience Network, Season 5)

May 30:
American Ninja Warrior (NBC, Season 7; moves to regular slot June 18)
Reverie (NBC, new drama series)
Running Wild with Bear Grylls (NBC, Season 4)
MasterChef (Fox, Season 9)
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix, Season 4)
Black Ink Crew: Chicago (VH1, Season 4)
Man Fire Food (Cooking Channel, Season 7)
Foul Play: Paid in Mississippi (go90, new true-crime series)

June 1:
C.B. Strike (Cinemax, new drama series)
Extreme Cake Makers (Cooking Channel, Season 2)
Rachel Dratch’s Late Night Snack (truTV, Season 2)
800 Words (Acorn TV, Season 3A)

June 2:
Firing Line with Margaret Hoover (WNET, public-affairs series revival; moves to PBS stations on June 23)
FLCLProgressive (Adult Swim, Seasons 2-3)

June 3:
Succession (HBO, new drama series)
Pose (FX, new musical drama series)
Buried in the Backyard (Oxygen, new true-crime series)
A Wedding and a Murder (Oxygen, new true-crime series)
Autopsy: The Last Days Of … (Reelz, Season 9)
Scene of the Crime with Tony Harris (Investigation Discovery, Season 2)

June 4:
So You Think You Can Dance (Fox, Season 15)
Whose Line Is It Anyway? (The CW, Season 6)
Dietland (AMC, new drama series)
Unapologetic with Aisha Tyler (AMC, new aftershow series)
Cuomo Prime Time (CNN, new news series)
Andi Mack (Disney Channel, Season 2)
The Real Story with Maria Elena Salinas (Investigation Discovery, Season 2)
People Magazine Investigates: Cults (Investigation Discovery, new true-crime series)
Evidence of Innocence (TV One, new documentary series)
Tales of the City (Acorn TV, Season 1)
Belonging (Acorn TV, Season 1)

June 5:
Younger (TV Land, Season 5)
Teachers (TV Land, Season 3)
Humans 
(AMC, Season 3)
Chopped (AMC, Season 38)
Search History (PeopleTV, new unscripted series)

June 6:
Condor (Audience Network, new drama series)
Impulse (YouTube Premium, new drama series)

June 7:
The Four: Battle for Stardom (Fox, Season 2)
Nashville (CMT, Season 6B; final season)
American Woman (Paramount Network, new comedy series)
Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger (Freeform, new drama series)
Beach Bites with Katie Lee (Cooking Channel, Season 3)

June 8:
Just Another Immigrant (Showtime, new docuseries)
The Staircase (Netflix, documentary series pickup with three new episodes)
Angry Birds: BirLd Cup (YouTube Kids, new children’s series)

June 9:
Ozzy & Jack’s World Detour (A&E, Season 3)
Wahlburgers (A&E, Season 9; extended to one-hour format)
Gotti: Godfather & Son (A&E, new documentary miniseries)
Big Hero 6 The Series (Disney Channel, new animated series)
OutDaughtered (TLC, Season 3)
Rattled (TLC, Season 3)
I Want That Dress
 (TLC, new unscripted series)

June 10:
The 72nd Annual Tony Awards 
(CBS, live special)
Celebrity Family Feud (ABC, Season 4)
The $100,000 Pyramid (ABC, Season 3)
To Tell the Truth (ABC, Season 3)
Claws (TNT, Season 2)
Outdaughtered (TLC, Season 10)
Food Network Star (Food Network, Season 14)
Breaking the Band (Reelz, new docuseries)
Ball in the Family (Facebook Watch, Season 3)

June 11:
Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings (Freeform, new unscripted series)
Drinks, Crime and Prohibition (Smithsonian Channel, new miniseries)
Rog & Davo’s Guide to Russia (Sony Crackle, new short-film series)
The Diary of Anne Frank (Acorn TV, U.S. premiere of British miniseries)
Trivia (Acorn TV, Seasons 1&2)

June 12:
The Last Defense (ABC, new true-crime docuseries)
The Bold Type (Freeform, Season 2)
The Profit (CNBC, Season 5B)

June 13:
MasterChef (Fox, Season 9 time slot premiere)
Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back (Fox, new unscripted series)
Caribbean Pirate Treasure (Travel Channel, Season 2)
Reasonable Doubt (Investigation Discovery, Season 2)
The Deed (CNBC, Season 2)
Complex x Fuse (Fuse, Season 2)
F2 Finding Football (YouTube Premium, new travel series)

June 14:
Marlon (NBC, Season 2)
Lip Sync Battle (Paramount Network, Season 4B)
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (Bravo, Season 5; final season)
Alone (History, Season 5)
Strange Angel (CBS All Access, new drama series)

June 15:
12 Monkeys (Syfy, Season 4; final season)
The Ranch (Netflix, Season 3A)
Queer Eye (Netflix, Season 2)
Goliath (Amazon Prime, Season 2)
The Adventures of Snow White & Rose Red (Amazon Prime, new fantasy series)

June 17:
Shades of Blue (NBC, Season 3; final season)
The Affair (Showtime, Season 4)
Deep State (Epix, new drama series)
Guy’s Ranch Feast (Food Network, new cooking series)

June 18:
American Ninja Warrior (NBC, Season 7; time slot premiere)
The Proposal (ABC, new reality competition series)
2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards (MTV, live special)
Big City Greens (Disney Channel, new animated series)
Bunk’d (Disney Channel, Season 3)
Marvel’s Spider-Man
 (Disney XD, Season 2)
Live PD Presents: Women on Patrol (Lifetime, new unscripted series)
Escaping Polygamy (Lifetime, Season 4)
Bed of Roses (Acorn TV, Season 2)
Shoreline Detectives (Acorn TV, Seasons 1&2)

June 19:
Drunk History (Comedy Central, Season 5)
Love Is ___
 (OWN, new drama series)
We’re the Campbells (TV One, new unscripted series)

June 20:
Young & Hungry (Freeform, Season 5B; final season)
Yellowstone (Paramount Network, new drama series)

June 21:
The Gong Show (ABC, Season 2)
Match Game (ABC, Season 3)
Take Two (ABC, new drama series)
Queen of the South (USA Network, Season 3)
Shooter (USA Network, Season 3)

June 22:
Marvel’s Luke Cage (Netflix, Season 2)
Our Wedding Story (Up TV, new unscripted series)
Crazy Beautiful Weddings (Up TV, new unscripted series)

June 23:
Firing Line with Margaret Hoover (PBS premiere of public-affairs series revival)

June 24:
Preacher (AMC, Season 3)
Rapunzel’s Tangled Adventure (Disney Channel, Season 2; fka Tangled: The Series)
Endeavour 
(PBS, Season 5)
OBJECTified (Fox News Channel, Season 2)
The Pacific War in Color (Smithsonian Channel, new documentary series)
Girl Meets Farm (Food Network, new docuseries)
Strangers (Facebook Watch, Season 2)

June 25:
Salvation (CBS, Season 2)
Penn & Teller: Fool Us (The CW, Season 5)
Double Dare (Nickelodeon, game show series revival)
Raven’s Home (Disney Channel, Season 2)
Cultureshock (A&E, new documentary limited series)
Wedding Cake Championship (Food Network, new baking competition series)
La Promesa (EstrellaTV, new drama series)

June 26:
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (Amazon Prime, Season 1B)

June 27:
Big Brother (CBS, Season 20)

June 28:
Big Brother After Dark (Pop, Season 13)
We Are CVNT5 (go90, new comedy series)

June 29:
Masters of Illusion (The CW, Season 7)
GLOW (Netflix, Season 2)|
Harvey Street Kids (Netflix, new animated series)
Nailed It! (Netflix, Season 2)

June 30:
Sex, Lies & Murder (Reelz, new true-crime series)
The Shocking Truth (Reelz, Season 3)

July 1:
Power (Starz, Season 5)
Story of Cool (MSNBC, new documentary miniseries)
Cool Polls (Discovery Family, new docuseries)
Yard Crashers (Discovery Family, new docuseries)
Mostly 4 Millennials (Adult Swim, new lifestyle series)

July 2:
Proof (Acorn TV, Seasons 1-2)

July 3:
Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern (Travel Channel, Season 11)

July 6:
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (Netflix, Season 10)
Anne with an E (Netflix, Season 2)
Somebody Feed Phil: The Second Course (Netflix, Season 2)

July 7:
Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off (Discovery Family, new cooking competition series)

July 8:
Sharp Objects (HBO, new drama series)
The 2000s (CNN, new documentary series)
90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days (TLC, Season 2)

July 9:
Floribama Shore (MTV, Season 2; moved from June 19)
Ridiculous Cakes (Food Network, Season 2)
ATL Homicide (TV One, new true-crime series)
90 Day Fiancé: What Now(TLC Go, Season 2)

July 10:
The Outpost (The CW, new drama series)
The Challenge: Final Reckoning (MTV, Season 32)
Heathers 
(Paramount Network, new drama series; moved from March 7)
Married at First Sight (Lifetime, Season 7)
Hit the Floor (BET, Season 4)
Paid Off with Michael Torpey (truTV, new comedy game show series)
Hack My Life (truTV, Season 4)
Burgers, Brew & ‘Que (Cooking Channel, Season 4; new network)
King of the Road (Viceland, Season 3)
Most Expensivest (Viceland, Season 2)
F*ck, That’s Delicious (Viceland, Season 3)
Post Radical (Viceland, new docuseries)
Strange Evidence (Science Channel, Season 2)

July 11:
TKO: Total Knock Out (CBS, new reality competition series)
Harlots (Hulu, Season 2)
Seatbelt Psychic (Lifetime, new unscripted series)
Dr. Pimple Popper (TLC, new docuseries)
Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters (truTV, new comedy series)
Tattoo Age (Viceland, Season 2)
Hollywood Love Story (Viceland, new docuseries)
Mister Tachyon (Viceland, new docuseries)

July 12:
Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out (MTV, Season 11)
Carnival Kings (Cooking Channel, new cooking competition series)

July 13:
Whistleblower (CBS, new true-crime series)
Fancy Nancy (Disney Channel, new animated series)
Triple D Nation (Food Network, new docuseries)
Cooks vs. Cons (Discovery Family, new cooking competition series)

July 14:
Tough Mudder X (CBS, athletic competition limited series)

July 15:
Our Cartoon President (Showtime, Season 1B)
Who Is America? (Showtime, new comedy series)
The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (Netflix, Season 1B)
The History of Comedy (CNN, Season 2)

July 16:
UnReal (Hulu, Season 4; new network, final season)
Bug Juice: My Adventures at Camp (Disney Channel, new docuseries)
Disney Quizney (Disney Channel, new shortform quiz-show limited series)
Caroline & Friends (Game Show Network, new game show series)
Exatlon Estados Unidos (Telemundo, new reality completition series)
Hidden (Acorn TV, U.S. premiere of British drama series)

July 17:
Fear Factor (MTV, Season 2)
Seven Year Switch (Lifetime, Season 4; new network)
Hip Hop Houdini (Fuse, new magic-themed series)
The Hollywood Puppet Show (Fuse, Season 2)

July 18:
Suits (USA Network, Season 8B)
Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle (Netflix, new animated series)
Best Shot (YouTube Red, new docuseries)

July 19:
Trial & Error: Lady, Killer (NBC, Season 2)
Snowfall (FX, Season 2)
Mr. Sunshine (Netflix, new Korean drama series)
The Grand Hustle (BET, new business competition series)
Seaside Snacks & Shacks (Cooking Channel, new travelogue series)
Cold Cuts (YouTube, new cooking series)

July 20:
Dark Tourist (Netflix, new docuseries)
Outcast (Cinemax, Season 2)
Wynonna Earp (Syfy, Season 3)
Killjoys (Syfy, Season 4)
In Search Of (History, new docuseries)

July 21:
Four Weddings (TLC, Season 8)
Trisha’s Southern Kitchen (Food Network, Season 12)
Comfort Food Tour (Food Network, new docuseries)
More in Common (Facebook Watch, new documentary series)

July 22:
Hook’d (Sony Crackle, new shortform docuseries)

July 23:
Love &  Hip Hop: Hollywood (VH1, new unscripted series)
Bed of Roses (Acorn TV, Season 3)

July 24:
Miz & Mrs. (USA, new unscripted series)
The Look-See (Crypt TV, Season 2)

July 25:
Burden of Truth (The CW, new drama series; moved from July 11)
Castle Rock (Hulu, new horror drama series)
Swedish Dicks (Pop, Season 2)
Sideswiped (YouTube Premium, new comedy series)

July 26:
The Great Food Truck Race (Food Network, Season 9)
The Perfect Murder (Investigation Discovery, Season 5)
The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco (BritBox, new drama series)

July 27:
Orange Is the New Black (Netflix, Season 6)
Sacred Lies (Facebook Watch, new drama series)

July 28:
Whistleblower (CBS, new true-crime series)
Kids BBQ Championship (Discovery Family, new cooking competition series)

July 29:
Sr. Avila (HBO/HBO Latino, Season 4; final season)

July 30:
Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story (Paramount Network, new drama limited series)
Diesel Brothers (Discovery, Season 4)
Southern and Hungry (Cooking Channel, Season 2)
Coastal Railways with Julie Walters (Acorn TV, U.S. premiere of British docuseries)
Love Hurts (Acorn TV, Season 1)
Big Boy’s Neighborhood (Fuse Music, new simulcast of radio program)

July 31:
Making It (NBC, new competition series)
Casual (Hulu, Season 4; final season)
Hard to Kill (Discovery, new docuseries)
Dark Waters: Murders in the Deep (Investigation Discovery, new true-crime series)
Chopped Grill Masters (Food Network, Season 5)

August 1:
The Sinner (USA Network, Season 2)
Alone Together (Freeform, Season 2)

August 2:
Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team (CMT, Season 13)
Bachlorette Weekend (CMT, new unscripted series)
Impractical Jokers (truTV, Season 7B)
Someone You Thought You Knew (Investigation Discovery, new true-crime series)

August 3:
Animals (HBO, Season 3)
Random Acts of Flyness (HBO, new late-night series)
Marching Orders (Netflix. new docuseries)
David Tutera’s CeleBrations (WE tv, Season 3)

August 5:
Keeping Up with the Kardashians (E!, Season 15)
Ultimate Ninja Challenge (Discovery, new reality competition series)
Ted Bundy: Serial Monster (Reelz, new true-crime miniseries; moved from August 11)
Unexpected (TLC, Season 2)
Mega Man: Fully Charged (Catroon Network, new animated children’s series)
Ultimate Summer Cook-Off (Food Network, new cooking competition series)

August 6:
Better Call Saul (AMC, Season 4)
Lodge 49 (AMC, new drama series)
Reality Cupcakes (Food Network, new docuseries)
Kids Baking Championship (Food Network, Season 5)
25 Words or Less (trial run on select Fox stations, new game show series)
No Offence (Acorn TV, Season 2; U.S. premiere)

August 7:
Bachelor in Paradise (ABC, Season 5)
Castaways (ABC, new reality-competition series)
Wrecked (TBS, Season 3)
Carter (WGN America, new drama series)

August 8:
BattleBots (Discovery, Season 1B)
Robot Wars (Science Channel, U.S. premiere of British series)
Cheap Eats (Cooking Channel, Season 6)
800 Words (Acorn TV, Season 3B)

August 10:
All About the Washingtons (Netflix, new comedy series)
Insatiable (Netflix, new drama series)
La Casa de las Flores (Netflix, new drama series)

August 11:
Mind Your Business with Mahisha (OWN, new docuseries)
Iyanla: Fix My Life (OWN, Season 9)
Fatal Vows (Investigation Discovery, Season 6)

August 12:
Ballers (HBO, Season 4)
Insecure (HBO, Season 3)
Fear the Walking Dead (AMC, Season 8B)
Talking Dead (AMC, Season 4B)
Get Shorty (Epix, Season 2)
Collision Course (Reelz, Season 3; moved from August 19)
Worst Cooks in America (Food Network, new season)
Let’s Eat (Food Network, new food-focused daytime series)

August 13:
Evil Lives Here (Investigation Discovery, Season 4)
Sacred Sites (Smithsonian Channel, Season 2)

August 14:
Murder by Numbers (Investigation Discovery, Season 2)

August 15:
Born This Way (A&E, Season 4)
Raising Tourette’s (A&E, new docuseries)
Sugar (YouTube Premium, new docuseries)

August 16:
Nightwatch Nation( A&E, new docuseries)
High School Football Games (Stadum, live sports)

August 17:
Disenchantment (Netflix, new animated comedy series)
Spirit Riding Free (Netflix, Season 6)

August 18:
Esme & Roy (HBO, new animated kids series)
Scandal Made Me Famous (Reelz, Season 3)
Murder Made Me Famous (Reelz, Season 6; moved from September 8)
Copycat Killers
 (Reelz, Season 2)
Buddy’s Family Vacation (Discovery Family, new docuseries)

August 19:
Alaskan Bush People (Discovery, Season 8)
North Woods Law (Animal Planet, Season 9)

August 20:
Little Life on the Prairie (TLC, new unscripted series)
Mystery Road (Acorn TV; U.S. premiere of British drama series)
Follow the Money (Link TV; U.S. premiere of Danish drama series)

August 21:
Too Stupid to Die (MTV, new stunt series)
The Devil Speaks (Investigation Discovery, new true-crime series)

August 22:
The Story of the Royals (ABC, new documentary miniseries)
Mr. Mercedes (Audience Network, Season 2)

August 23:
Jersey Shore Family Vacation (MTV, Season 2)
Rob Riggle’s Ski Master Academy (Sony Crackle, new comedy series)
Ängelby (Shudder, Season 1 of Swedish drama series)

August 24:
The Contender (Epix, new boxing reality competition series revival)
Ghoul (Netflix, new drama series)
The Innocents (Netflix, new drama series)
Safe Harbour (Hulu, new drama series)
Treasure Quest (Discovery, Season 4)
Crazy Cakes (Cooking Channel, new docuseries)

August 25:
World’s Fastest Gamer (ESPN2, new docuseries)
Cajun Aces (Food Network, new docuseries)

August 26:
America to Me (Starz, new documentary series)
The Cowboy Way (INSP, Season 4)

August 28:
The Shop (HBO, new talk show series)
Greenleaf (OWN, Season 3)
Ink Master (Paramount Network, Season 11)
Secret Eats with Adam Richman (Cooking Channel, Season 3B)

August 29:
Big Food Truck Tip (Food Network, new cooking competition series)
Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda (Investigation Discovery, Season 8)

August 30:
One Dollar (CBS All Access, new drama series)

August 31:
Ozark (Netflix, Season 2)
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan (Amazon Prime, new drama series)